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Chapell Roan Documents 'The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess' in Stunning Debut Album
September 25, 2023 ''The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess' is a whirling accumulation of years of hard work, the fear of failure, and pure passion.
Author: Giselle Libby
London Punks JOHN Want Fans To Question Everything On Fiery LP ‘A Life Diagrammatic’ [Q&A] | THE NOISE
September 22, 2023 The Noise had the chance to talk with drummer and vocalist John Newton about the record, what it means to be punk in 2023, and the message of their music.
Taylor Acorn Wears Heart On Her Sleeve In New EP 'Certified Depressant' [Track By Track] | THE NOISE
September 21, 2023 Armed with life's lessons, the eight-track body of work oozes with emotion and showcases the artist's growth and ability to write deeply relatable works of sonic art.
16 Black Artists You Should Listen to This Black History Month (And Every Month)
February 9, 2022 Black artists have and always will shape the music landscape across every genre imaginable.
10 K-Pop Groups You Need to Be Stanning Right Now [ONES TO KNOW]
May 22, 2019 There are no two ways about it; K-pop is on the brink of world domination.
6 Ones To Know If You're a Fan of Hozier
January 15, 2019 Hozier redefined what it meant to pray with his breakout single "Take Me To Church." With new music on the way, we honor the Irish songwriter with 6 artists following his footsteps.
Author: Kathryn O'Leary
Surfaces Is Quite Possibly the Most Optimistic & Eclectic Indie-Pop Duo To Date
August 26, 2019 Now that Surfaces has two impressive, self-produced albums and a sold-out nationwide tour under their belt, there's no denying that this carefree duo will succeed.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul